SAN ANTONIO — Seguin ran themselves to a 37-14 victory over McCollum (2-5, 0-4) Friday night in Memorial Stadium as the Mats clinched their fifth straight win of the season.
Area runners showed out recently at the district races with 11 runners placing in the top 10 between Marion’s and Navarro’s cross-country programs alone.
The Bulldogs (15-18, 5-4) regrouped, refocused and delivered a win Friday night at home as they closed the door on the Great Hearts Northern Oaks Griffins (19-25, 25-11, 25-15, 25-9).
Fresh off of hanging 48 points on La Vernia in Bear Stadium last Friday, the Seguin Matadors (3-2, 2-0) will welcome the Harlandale Indians to Matador Stadium for homecoming.
LA VERNIA — With their final non-district test left on the board Friday night, the Matadors (3-2, 2-0) passed with flying colors as they defeated the Bears 48-21 in La Vernia.
Lifegate capped off a successful week of competition at home with back-to-back wins over McCauley Christian Academy (25-6, 25-8, 25-13) and Sunnybrook Christian (25-19, 25-23, 25-21).
The Lady Mats overcame their recent district woes on Tuesday night as they defeated Veterans Memorial (25-19, 25-15, 25-12) at home.
The Lifegate Lady Falcons (3-2) kept the good times rolling as they dominated the McCauley Christian Academy Lady Warriors (25-8, 25-7, 25-9) on Thursday, Sept. 23.
For the first time in regular season play this year, the Navarro Lady Panthers dropped straight sets against a non-district opponent.
What turned into a fun and exciting back and forth affair between two district rivals slowly turned into an agonizing and heart-racing battle down the stretch for either team.
Guadalupe County faithful were in for a treat on Tuesday night as two noteworthy volleyball matches were held in local area schools’ gymnasiums.
There is little that gets a Navarro Panther fan’s blood pumping faster than knowing that the Cuero Gobblers are next on the schedule. Along with Wimberley, this is the game every year that serves as a measuring stick for their favorite team.
NEEDVILLE — The Navarro Panthers proved on Friday that a strong running game can make up for a slew of mistakes as they outlasted the Needville Bluejays 48-28 in a non-district matchup.
The Marion Bulldogs (10-15, 0-1) dropped their first district game in straight sets (22-25, 17-25, 10-25) against the Randolph Ro-Hawks on Friday night.
Guadalupe County cross country teams had an eventful Saturday morning. Two of our area’s teams ran in the annual FEAST Invitational while the other traveled up to Lockhart and came home with top honors.
Before the season started, the Navarro Panthers probably did not circle this week’s game with the Needville Bluejays on their calendars as one of their most important games.
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